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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 6, Issue 1, July 1864
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  • Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. / Volume 6, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-iv.
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  • An Army: Its Organization and Movements, 1-10.
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  • Aenone: A Tale of Slave Life in Rome, 10-22.
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  • American Slavery and Finances, 22-34.
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  • The Cross, 34-36.
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  • The English Press. IV., 36-46.
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  • Life on a Blockader, 46-55.
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  • Buckle, Draper; Church and State, 55-65.
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  • Lookout Mountain, 65-67.
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  • One Night, 67-79.
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  • James Fennimore Cooper on Secession and State Rights, 79-84.
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  • The Resurrection Flower, 84-88.
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  • Recognition, 88-89.
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  • The Seven-Hundredth Birthday of a German Capital, 89-99.
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  • The Danish Sailor, 99-102.
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  • American Civilization, 102-112.
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  • Church Music, 112-116.
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  • Life of William Hickling Prescott. By George Ticknor, 116-117.
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  • Sermons, Preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton, by the late Rev. Frederick W. Robertson, M.A., 117.
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  • Woman and Her Era. By Eliza W. Franham, 117-118.
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  • The Holy and Profane States. By Thomas Fuller, 118.
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  • Familiar Quotations: Being an Attempt to Trace to their Sources Passages and Phrases in Common Use. By John Barlett, 118.
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  • Arnold and Andre. An Historical Drama. By George Calvert, 118-119.
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  • History of the Romans under the Empire. By Charles Merivale, B. D., 119.
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  • Selections from the Works of Jeremy Taylor., 119.
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  • Poems. By Frederick Goddard Tuckerman, 119.
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  • Thoughts on Personal Religion. Being a Treatise on the Christian Life, in its two Chief Elements, Devotion and Practice. By Edward Meyrick, Goulburn, D.D., 119-120.
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  • The Spirit of the Fair. 1864. 'None but the brave deserve the Fair', 120.
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  • The Little Rebel, 120.
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  • The Poet, and other Poems. By Achsa W. Sprague, 120.
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